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//Conrado Guerrero

About Conrado Guerrero

Conrado Guerrero is the President of SEIU Local 99 and works as a Building Engineer with the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Special Ed Labor Management Committee Takes On Staffing & Student Safety Concerns

By |2019-03-22T11:57:37-07:00March 22nd, 2019|LAUSD|

Members on our Special Education Labor Management Committee are working with LAUSD to implement the necessary training and staffing procedures to ensure that every student is receiving the services they need. During our meeting on March 21, we discussed Behavior Intervention Implementation Services, seniority in assignments, and concerns over students not riding school buses with Special Education Assistants.

Members Vote Overwhelmingly To Ratify New Contract with LAUSD

By |2018-06-20T17:08:28-07:00May 31st, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

Members have cast their ballots. The votes are counted and an overwhelming 97% of voters approved the new 3-year contract with LAUSD. We should all be proud of the hard work we did to win this contract. We negotiated for over a year with LAUSD and they would not budge off a one-time 2% [...]

Strike threat moves LAUSD on wages – Let’s move them some more!

By |2018-06-20T17:43:56-07:00April 20th, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

Our strike vote got LAUSD to move some more on our wages. During our bargaining session today, Friday, April 20, 2018, the District continued to offer a 3% increase to all of us – and now they’ve added an extra 1% to those who got a lower percentage increase than all other District employees in [...]

Results Are In: Membership Gives Bargaining Team Authority to Call For Strike

By |2018-06-20T17:46:49-07:00April 14th, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

Over the past few weeks, SEIU Local 99 members took action like never before. Thousands and thousands cast their ballots at the union office, online, and at over 700 work sites – including schools, bus yards, early ed centers, special education centers, nutrition centers, other work sites. The results are loud and clear: Members vote overwhelmingly to authorize our bargaining team to call for a strike.